For those on corporate expenses, Jin Shan Lou will suitably impress
First published on . Updated on 27 Aug 2010.
A dollar-heavy theme begins with overpriced parking upon arrival – both valet and self-park will cost you – and continues to bite on the menu. Jin Shan Lou serves a mix of Cantonese, Hunan and Sichuan cuisine, offering dim sum, noodles and congee at lunch. The dim sum averages $8 per basket, while congee and noodles weigh in at $14 each. But for those on corporate expenses, Jin Shan Lou will suitably impress. The extensive à la carte menu offers numerous delicacies, including shark’s fin and abalone, with majority of items served and priced individually. Book one of three gargantuan, lantern-like white dining alcoves (minimum spend of $600 to reserve) if you are looking to impress further. Eve C